Hello all, so I’ve had the honor of being nominated for the Liebster Blog Award and I’m so excited! The Liebster Award’s goal is to give spotlight to new blogs … Continue reading Liebster Blog Award Nominee 2017
Honestly, I haven’t felt pretty in a while. And it’s not something I’m looking to get pity from. I can encourage other women by telling them they’re beautiful and they’re … Continue reading When You Don’t Feel Pretty
For today’s blog I interviewed Pastor Louie Gibbs and wife, Shenel Gibbs, on the topic of marriage and biblical submission. This is a 3 part series. Lately, I have been … Continue reading I Love Him But Do I Have to Submit?: Part I
Before the hate emails start coming, ladies, this is not an exhaustive list! And it’s intent is for those of us who desire to be married. These are just some … Continue reading 5 Reasons You’re Still Single
for the time you spent caring, nurturing, supporting for the many compliments and corrections you lent for the love you share in sacrifice for me for the energy you exert … Continue reading For the Mothers
Today’s blog is a poem by Noelle Hardy, one of love and self healing.
I’m not going to paint a perfect picture. An album of beautifully crafted still lives haunt my computer screen and my thoughts. The experience, the moment, was the hardest thing … Continue reading Growth
I completely understand. A subject as abstract as sin doesn’t come up much in conversation. It is uncomfortable. Not many people, Christians and not, know the fullness of sin; the … Continue reading The Problem.
Look at this life that we livin’ Women are criticized constantly using they bodies as privilege Thinkin’ “good looks” Will bring more attention It’s only wrong intentions Laced with rude … Continue reading Queen Mentality
Let me tell you, my friends are like pancakes on Sunday morning sticks to you and makes you all warm inside they allow me to rest my head in a … Continue reading Girlfriends!
Imagine. Just for a second. You were born into a family of giants and you, well, you were just normal. That is my dilemma. Not exactly, though. I know height … Continue reading Discovering Melanin
The best memories I have with my father are probably the worst. At about six or seven years old, I loved going shopping with my dad. Or at least that’s what … Continue reading Family Matters